BushTechsJersey Posted 3 October , 2013 Share Posted 3 October , 2013 Hey everybody, This morning I found my first WO I bullet casing. After a bit of research I found out it was a 7.92 bullet casing, a German one fabricated in 1915. What I don't know is two things. On the side of the casing there was a small hole, looking like it was deliberately punctured with a nail or whatever. Can someone tell me why a soldier would do that? And if he did or didn't, is it likely the bullet was fired? It was just the casing I found and i can't quite notice any spot on the bottom where the pin might have hit... Anyways, thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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